Adaptive performance management for universal mobile telecommunications system networks

@article{Lindemann2002AdaptivePM,
  title={Adaptive performance management for universal mobile telecommunications system networks},
  author={Christoph Lindemann and Marco Lohmann and Axel Th{\"u}mmler},
  journal={Comput. Networks},
  year={2002},
  volume={38},
  pages={477-496}
}
In this paper, we introduce a framework for the adaptive control of universal mobile telecommunications system (UMTS) networks in order to improve bandwidth utilization of the radio channels. The key contribution of the paper constitutes the introduction of a performance management information base for dynamically adjusting the packet scheduler and admission controller. Thus, the adaptive control framework closes the loop between network operation and network control. Furthermore, the adaptive… Expand
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